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HomeCrime/SecurityWe Bombed Kaduna Villagers by Error -  Army Gen. Admits 

We Bombed Kaduna Villagers by Error –  Army Gen. Admits 

We Bombed Kaduna Villagers by Error -  Army Gen. Admits 

We Bombed Kaduna Villagers by Error –  Army Gen. Admits
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The Nigerian Army have on Monday admitted that it bombed villagers in Tundun Biri Kaduna state on Sunday.
Admitting the bombing was done in error, the Army said contrary to an initial report that the bombing was carried out by the Nigerian Air Force, the killing happened from an error from the Nigerian Army operatives who were on an air mission against terrorists in an area of the local government.

circumstances which led to the unfortunate and unintended attack.

“The General Officer Commanding One Division Nigerian Army, Major General VU Okoro, explained that the Nigerian Army was on a routine mission against terrorists but inadvertently affected members of the community.

“The deputy governor at the end of the closed-door meeting, conveyed the condolences of the Government and People of Kaduna State to the families that lost their loved ones and prayed for the repose of the victims’ souls.

“As of the time of this update, search-and-rescue efforts are still ongoing, as dozens of injured victims have been evacuated to Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital by the government.

“Heads of security agencies who attended the meeting include the Commissioner of Police, MY Garba, and Director of the Department of State Services (DSS), Abdul Eneche.

“The chairman of the Kaduna state chapter of Jam’atu Nasril Islam (JNI) Professor Shafi’u Abdullahi, led other religious leaders. Also present at the meeting was the District Head of Rigasa, Alhaji Aminu Idris in whose domain the incident occurred.”

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